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    Re: Ricoh mp7502 Temperature drops

    Quote Originally Posted by liontech View Post
    Yes, the bracket is correct, I checked a bulletin that talked about that and the temperatures are well configured.Thank you very much for the reply

    Have you fitted the new type Cleaning Webb to stop the build up of paper dust?


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    Re: Ricoh mp7502 Temperature drops

    I wonder if someone was playing with the Sp mode. Perhaps changed to 150


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    Re: Ricoh mp7502 Temperature drops

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Bbb View Post
    if there is no toner on your finger when rubbing over the paper, I don't think there is a problem.
    You must know that - due to environment issues - fusing of toner is much more efficient than on earlier models.
    (and I think that is good.)




    Guys, the problem was low input voltage, I had to buy voltage stabilizer.Thank you very much for your comments.
    Sorry for the delay in responding.


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